DePauw Student Government
“The mission of DePauw Student Government is to act as the chief advocate for the students of DePauw University, to implement any and all things possible to improve the quality of the DePauw University experience, to affect positive change through encouraged involvement and communication with the student body, administration, and faculty.” - DSG Constitution
Student government at DePauw is organized to represent students to important University constituencies (faculty, administration, alumni) and to coordinate among student organizations’ activities designed for education, service and entertainment. There are many ways for students to become involved in student government. In addition to serving as an organizations' representative, students can be involved in the Student Senate, Student Representatives, Faculty Governance Committees and other important subcommittees.
Questions about student government can be directed to the Student Body President, Walker Chance (email@example.com).
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In response to a growing number of alcohol-related incidents on campus, a student group, called BACk Down, chose to make it their priority to address this trend. BACk Down was formed in the Fall of 2012. The following recommendations and noteworthy issues are a culmination of our year-long discussions.
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